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  • Men swap pints for #brosé
  • Men swap pints for #brosé
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Men swap pints for #brosé

Going to the pub to get a few beers with the boys? Or perhaps a round of rosé? Men are seemingly ditching pints in favour of drinking pink. And with the hashtag #brosé boasting roughly 5,000 posts on Instagram, the drink is helping to break gender stereotypes one glass at a time.

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